Course

Mastering Logix Applications using Factory IO

Learn to create ControlLogix and CompactLogix programs for several of the built-in Factory IO "Scenes" based on real world applications using your existing Logix PAC and programming software along with Factory IO.


What you'll learn:


✓ How to Install and Use Factory IO ✓ How to connect Factory IO to your PLC
✓ How to solve several of Factory IO "Scenes" ✓ PLC, Programming Software, & Factory IO NOT Included

0 Lessons


New Logix Application course in development: Mastering Logix Applications™ with Factory IO – while in development this course can be pre-ordered for 50% off!


Welcome to my Mastering Logix Applications™ with Factory IO.

Become a master at solving ControlLogix and CompactLogix applications without having to buy thousands of dollars of equipment by taking our NEW Mastering Logix Applications using Factory IO.

Use your existing copy of RSLogix / Studio 5000 and CompactLogix or ControlLogix PAC with the free trial of Factory IO, or any of the the low cost Factory IO licenses options, to learn how to solve several different applications.

Factory IO is a unique software tool that provides 3D simulated worlds which can interface directly to your ControlLogix or CompactLogix PAC to simulate over 20 pre-made scenes, as well as custom scenes you can build from scratch.

This allows students to use their existing software and hardware to learn and test applications on their PLC/PAC without having to purchase expensive “mock” systems of their actual processes.

And because we value your time, each application lesson also comes with a “Tag Start File” so if you wish to jump right into programming you'll be able to do so while still using the same tag definitions as our instructor.

As this course is currently in development, it's available for pre-purchase at 50% off for a limited time! All those who pre-purchase this course will get instant access to each lesson as it's release over the coming months.

If you have any questions about purchasing this course, please don't hesitate to contact me directly here.

Thanks as always,

Shawn Tierney,
Founder of The Automation School